The "Connections Through Clubs" program provides all students with the opportunity to participate in a small-group extracurricular activity and mentoring experience led by school faculty, staff, and community members during the school day throughout the academic year. This schoolwide program was developed in response to identified school needs and as a means to facilitate a strengths-enhancing school environment and to promote the developmental competencies of all students, both of which have been linked to academic and personal success. The purpose of this article is to describe the inception, implementation, and preliminary evaluation of the Connections Through Clubs program. In addition, the school counselor's collaboration, coordination, and advocacy efforts to implement this program are highlighted.
This document was published with permission from the publisher. It was originally published in the Professional School Counseling.
Logan, Wendy; and Scarborough, Janna L.. 2008. Connections Through Clubs: Collaboration and Coordination of a Schoolwide Program. Professional School Counseling. Vol.12(2). 157-161. https://doi.org/10.5330/PSC.n.2010-12.157 ISSN: 1096-2409